FATF’s Oc­to­ber re­view will go well for Pak­istan: Am­bas­sador

Daily Messenger - - Front Page -

IS­LAM­ABAD: Mr. Yao Jing, Am­bas­sador of Peo­ple’s Repub­lic of China has ex­pressed his con­fi­dence that FATF’s Oc­to­ber re­view will go well for Pak­istan.He made a farewell call on the Ad­viser to Prime Min­is­ter on Fi­nance and Rev­enue Dr. Ab­dul Hafeez Shaikh here at the Fi­nance Divi­sion. The Ad­viser ap­pre­ci­ated the com­mit­ment with which Mr. Jing worked for the progress of the PakChina re­la­tion­ship.

The Ad­viser ac­knowl­edged the con­tri­bu­tions of Am­bas­sador Jing and China’s lead­er­ship for Pak­istan and ex­pressed hope that his pre­de­ces­sor will work on the same lines. Am­bas­sador Jing thanked the Ad­viser for his sup­port and ex­pressed de­sire to fur­ther strengthen the two coun­try’s re­la­tion­ship. He said that CPEC is a pro­ject that is an in­spi­ra­tion for the rest of the world. The Am­bas­sador also ap­pre­ci­ated the strat­egy adopted by the gov­ern­ment of Pak­istan dur­ing the covid-19 cri­sis and said that the rest of the world could fol­low and learn from Pak­istan’s ex­pe­ri­ence.

The Am­bas­sador ex­pressed his con­fi­dence that FATF’s Oc­to­ber re­view will go well for Pak­istan. At the end the Ad­viser pre­sented a shield to the out­go­ing Am­bas­sador as a to­ken of Fi­nance Divi­sion’s ac­knowl­edge­ment for his valu­able ser­vices and said that his suc­ces­sor will be wel­comed with the same spirit.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Pakistan

© PressReader. All rights reserved.